Vintage talents on display: Donna McKechnie, Lori Tan Chinn, Lillias White, Lenora Nemetz, Georgia Engel, Kay Walbye, André De Shields, Madeleine Doherty and Nancy Ticotin.
From left, Liz Wisan, Britney Simpson, Mark Bedard, Nance Williamson and Kurt Rhoads in Shana Cooper's new production of “The Taming of the Shrew” at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
Cameron Kasky, 17, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, rehearsing “Spring Awakening” while members of the original Broadway cast watched.
From left, Jim Parsons and Matt Bomer in the 1968 play, about a group of gay friends, being presented on Broadway for the first time.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, left, and David Korins are part of the team behind a new interactive exhibition based on Mr. Miranda’s Broadway musical “Hamilton.”
The playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury, right, with the actress MaYaa Boateng, at Soho Rep, where “Fairview” is being staged. Some say the play goes too far, and others say it doesn’t go far enough.
Valois Mickens in “Panorama,” a multimedia production from the Italian troupe Motus, at La MaMa.
Kristolyn Lloyd, above, looks after the jazzman played by J. Alphonse Nicholson, as well as the Detroit club he runs, in “Paradise Blue.”
Colin Hurley as the Ghost and Michelle Terry as the title character in “Hamlet,” directed by Federay Holmes and Elle While, at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Will Roland, left, and George Salazar as friends hungry to be more popular in the musical “Be More Chill.”
From left, Nell Benjamin, Casey Nicholaw, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond on the set of “Mean Girls” on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater.
Lauren Ambrose, at center, letting loose at the racetrack in the Lincoln Center Theater revival of “My Fair Lady.”
Erika Henningsen as Cady Heron in the musical “Mean Girls,” adapted by Tina Fey from her screenplay for the cult-favorite 2004 film.
As Harold Zidler, who runs the Moulin Rouge nightclub, Danny Burstein delivers a master class in pandering seediness.
A scene from “Network,” directed by Ivo van Hove, with (left and onscreen) Bryan Cranston.
André Sills as the title character in Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus,” directed by Robert Lepage for the Stratford Festival in Canada.
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